Broadband vs.. National Access
Scorpio71
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Can someone help? Sometimes when I connect to Internet it goes to National Access instead of Mobile Broadband. If I connect when it says National Access am I getting charged anything extra, like more MBs or something? I don't think it is but I just want to make sure. Thanks!

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Scorpio71
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Hey thanks for the reply, Hemingray. I didn't think there were any extra charges, just wanted to make sure. Thanks again!

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Hemingray
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No roaming/extra charges in the domestic US for that. Usually that means you're getting a better signal rate on 1xRTT than you are on EVDO

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Scorpio71
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Hey thanks for the reply, Hemingray. I didn't think there were any extra charges, just wanted to make sure. Thanks again!

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